Thursday, October 1, 2020
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Hirscher to race Levi

Austrian star to return from injury ahead of schedule.

Hirschbuehl injured in slalom training

Austrian rising talent to miss six weeks.

Hirscher out for Soelden, eyes World Cup return in November

Austrian superstar hopes for a November comeback.

Rochat and Mair claim final Coronet Peak slaloms

Strong international field tested by challenging courses.

Europeans dominate New Zealand Championship slalom races

Euros take race wins as New Zealand's Robinson continues to impress.

Cortina 2021 breaks ground on new venue

World Championships organizing committee has big plans for race venue.

Kristoffersen’s absence exposes rift in Norwegian team

Norwegian star's ongoing battle with his federation heads into its second year.

New Mexico to discontinue NCAA men’s and women’s skiing

UNM latest NCAA skiing victim of budget cuts.

Are plays host to drawn out Swedish Championships

Swedish resort is preparing for the 2019 World Championships.

Norwegian Championships conclude in Narvik

Northern coastal town hosted championships and spread awareness of World Champs bid.

Swiss veteran hangs up his skis

Gini spent 14 years on the World Cup.

Austrians fight for National Championship titles

World Cup skiers and rising talent competed for National titles.

Czech star Strachova announces retirement

2007 World Slalom Champion finished sixth in the 2017 World Cup slalom standings.

Shiffrin doubles up with Squaw slalom win

American locks down fourth career slalom title with one race remaining.

Matt claims maiden slalom win in Kranjska Gora

Austrian follows in older brother's footsteps at classic venue as Hirscher locks down slalom globe.

Hirscher claims second gold in St. Moritz slalom

Austria goes gold and silver once again.

Kristoffersen repeats as Schladming slalom champion

The podium had fans experiencing deja vu.

Lingering injuries end seasons for two World Cup stars

Aksel Lund Svindal and Ted Ligety both chose to go under the knife to fix nagging problems.

Kristoffersen hangs on for narrow Wengen win

Norwegian claims second classic slalom in a row on iconic track.

Hintermann, Muzaton, and Berthold surprise in snowy Wengen combined

All three podium places started the day outside of the top 30.

Kristoffersen powers to another slalom win in Adelboden

Norwegian back in the red bib as Americans land three in the points.

Moelgg takes Zagreb crown on the World Cup’s 50th birthday

Italian's first win in eight years comes on a special night in front of legends of the sport.
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